On Thursday, Events Editor Julia Tolda joined Columbia Science Review’s webinar, “Decisions, Decisions: How Superstitions Drive Choice,” to learn more about the science behind superstitions and descriptive decision-making.
The Armory uptown is probably one of the best, most organized places to get vaccinated in the city. It has tons of appointment slots that open up pretty frequently. It’s also one of the most
Yes, I will miss campus and sitting in rooms learning about all sorts of things with my peers, but there are some things that I’m ready to just say goodbye to.
The 15th Annual Jeanne Clery Lecture Series on April 6 brought sex educators Bianca Laureano and Francisco Ramirez together for a conversation about sex, dating, and intimacy during the pandemic.
Halloweekend: possibly the best fucking holiday of all time. This year’s Halloween did not disappoint, and Bwog shares some of their crazy and/or embarrassing adventures to amuse you. Bwog and Rally Got chased by a public safety officer in Butler at 3 am on Thursday when I was being drunk and obnoxious in a purple […]
Happening in the World: 56-year-old Alain Robert, more commonly known as the French Spider-Man, scaled one of London’s tallest buildings without safety gear in a total of 40 minutes. Robert was later arrested for causing a public nuisance (NY Times). Happening in the US: Two middle school girls aged 11 and 12 from Florida are […]
While Bwog is known for getting it on and having a wild time over the weekend, there isn’t a better weekend to go over-the-top than Halloweekend. Whether you’re attempting to recover from your weekend antics or need a good laugh, these Bwoglines are written and curated for you. So sit back, relax, and enjoy our […]
Since Halloween tragically fell on a Monday this year, Bwog took the necessary precautions this past weekend to take in as much of the spooky holiday’s spirit and spirits (the liquid kind) to keep the festivities alive and well. Check out what the ghoulish activities people were up to! Dead yet undead: Stole a sign from Baker Field […]
Hi friends! Fall break has officially begun, leaving us all with a joyous long weekend to dress up as cats and drink our midterm sorrows away. Just as you are looking forward to your break from school work, Bwog is also excited to have a little alone time at home with our dog and our Roku. […]
Bwog checked in on everyone’s favorite hair supply store/salon/costume depot after the annual mad dash for last minute costumes that is Halloween and chatted up store manager Jesus, who went as Kanye West for Halloween, about the surprisingly normal week the store had. Bwog: Just a back of the envelope approximation, how many costumes did […]
Ah, Halloweekend, that magical time when you smear makeup with glee, get punny, and make out with a banana. It’s a memorable weekend for all, even more so when it morphs into “fall break” and everybody creeps away into their caves–whether staycationing or retreating back home. To commemorate Halloweekend 2013, we bring you field notes. One for […]
After getting your fill of tantalizing Chinese food at last night’s Night Market, now comes halloweekend feast part deux. This time, the Columbia University National Undergraduate Film Festival (CUNUFF) and AKPsi offer a stoner’s fantasy. Come to Lerner Cinema at 10 p.m. for a screening of Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle and free White Castle. […]
Congratulations to CSC for last night’s unforgettable Night Market. Amidst the food trucks, the performances, and the dragon dance, there was a huge turnout and all left satisfied. Food was eaten, drums were beaten, and halloweekend kicked off to a great start. Photo by Elyse DeWitt
Natural Disasters: Columbia University researchers have said that the retreat rate an Antarctic glacier will be sped up 20 years, thus increasing global sea levels. (RedOrbit) Monsters: The protagonist of the prequel to The Thing that is being released this week is a Columbia University graduate student. (Craig Daily Press) Finance: Bloomberg has rated Columbia the […]
Night number two of this year’s Halloweekend—that’s a thing, we swear… use it—brings with it the longest line Morningside Heights has seen since Campo Mike first introduced “Cloud Nine Saturdays” (may they rest in peace). And fear not, freshpeople, you don’t even need a fake ID once you reach the front! A tipster reports a […]